pick, pick-axe

pick, pick-axe
فَأْس \ axe: a tool for cutting down trees and cutting up wood. hatchet: a small axe. pick, pick-axe: a heavy tool for making holes in roads, etc..

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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